From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-16 14:56:37
While looking at some of the regression testing failures on the dashboard
(see my earlier post), I've noticed that many errors are trivial to fix.
Should we fix the errors in CVS immediately or construct a patch, notify the
author, and wait for approval? What if the author does not respond in a
timely manner? Some of these problems really are trivial, e.g., look at the
failures for the "compose" library, where there is a #include "compose.hpp"
that should be #include <boost/compose.hpp>.
Any guidelines on this?
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